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Ukrainian National Anthem for Violin & Piano MFAO World National Anthem Series

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By Composed by Mykhailo Verbytsky (1815-1870)

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Piano, Violin - Level 3 - Digital Download
Composed by Composed by Mykhailo Verbytsky (1815-1870). Arranged by Keith Terrett. Patriotic, Romantic Period, World. 3 pages. Keith Terrett #6736503. Published by Keith Terrett (A0.747143).

Item Number: A0.747143

An arrangement of the Ukrainian National Anthem for Violin& Piano.

"Shche ne Vmerla Ukrainy i slava, i volia" also known by its official title of "State Anthem of Ukraine" (Державний Гімн України, Derzhavnyi Himn Ukrainy) or by its shortened form "Shche ne vmerla Ukrainy" (Ще не вмерла України), is the national anthem of Ukraine. Its music was officially adopted by Ukraine's Verkhovna Rada on 15 January 1992. The official lyrics were adopted on 6 March 2003 by the Law on the Anthem of Ukraine (Закон про Гімн України).

In the first half of the 20th century, during unsuccessful attempts to gain independence and create a state from the territories of the Russian Empire, Poland, and Austria-Hungary, the song was the national anthem of the Ukrainian People's Republic, West Ukrainian People's Republic, and Carpatho-Ukraine, and was once again adopted by independent Ukraine following its secession from the Soviet Union. Before its re-adaptation, a competition for a national anthem among three patriotic songs took place with one of the other songs being "Za Ukrajinu" (English: "For Ukraine") by Mykola Voronyi.

The lyrics constitute a slightly modified original first stanza of the patriotic poem written in 1862 by Pavlo Chubynsky, a prominent ethnographer from the region of Ukraine's capital, Kyiv. In 1863, Mykhailo Verbytsky, a western Ukrainian composer and Greek-Catholic priest, composed music to accompany Chubynsky's text. The first choral performance of the piece was at the Ukraine Theatre in Lviv, in 1864.

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